Step 4: Inside the wizard enter the location of your IIS SSL certificate (you will need to locate the extracted zip file you received and choose “yourdomain.crt”).
Enter a friendly name, this name is only used for you to identify the certificate internally. Step 5: After the certificate has been installed, you will need to assign the certificate to the appropriate website using IIS.
Note: At this point, you should have a file named "chain.cer", "evca2.crt", "ovca2.crt", or "dvca2.crt".
Moving forward, this FAQ will refer to this file as the intermediate file. This will open a window that displays the certificate details.
VERY IMPORTANT: In the email you received from Secure Trust when your certificate was issued, there is a ZIP file.
Within that ZIP file there are two files that end in
Now right-click on the "Certificates" folder, hover your mouse over "All Tasks", then click on "Import...". Click "Next", ensure "Place all certificates in the following store" is selected and "Intermediate Certification Authorities" is listed as the Certificate Store. The center panel should populate with all the installed Intermediate Certificates.
Scroll down and verify that there is a certificate titled "Trustwave Extended Validation SHA256 CA, Level 1", "Trustwave Organization Validation SHA256 CA, Level 1" or "Trustwave Domain Validation SHA256 CA, Level 1" depending on which intermediate file you require.
Step 2: Click on “Server Name” then from the center menu, double click on the “Server Certificates” button in the “Security” section.
Step 3: Select the “Actions” menu on the right and click on “Complete Cerfificate Request”.